The Centennial Campus will offer university students and staff a dramatically enhanced environment to help fulfil the University's ambition to be among the very best in the world.

The new campus offers:

A 21st century academic environment with a learning commons, university piazza, flexible classrooms, ICT and lecture theatres and state-of-the-art facilities

A strategic location that will enhance the integration of the whole university, with additional academic and other buildings in fitting architectural design, and improved student access to various facilities

A university that can hold its place on the global stage, showcasing Hong Kong and attracting high-quality students and staff from around the world

The infrastructure to support the four-year curriculum of the "3+3+4" academic structure, including significantly more teaching and learning space

Venues and facilities that will attract greater input from local community

A more balanced learning environment, with recreational space and complementary facilities for leisure and non-academic activities

Improved access by public transport, via a new MTR station on the West Island Line in 2014

In the next few years, the University will increase the proportion of non-local students, and will maintain the international profile of the academic staff. This will substantially help drive up the international competitiveness of all its departments.

Space Planning and Management
The University aims to use its resources as efficiently as possible, in support of its academic vision, while providing a balanced environment for study and leisure, including open and natural space.
The Centennial Campus will offer the community :

A green oasis in Western District, including plenty of trees, with public facilities and open spaces

Much-improved interaction between "town and gown" – the University and the people of Hong Kong, through facilities and welcoming open spaces

A catalyst for international academic engagement, attracting international partnership and serving Hong Kong as Asia's world city